mother-of-five who died after falling from a cliff has been described by mates as a “great woman with a coronary heart of gold”.
Ms Jabeen died after falling from a precipice at Durdle Door close to Lulworth at round 3pm on Monday, in accordance with experiences.
Dorset Police mentioned officers attended the scene the place a lady was pronounced lifeless, however haven’t but launched her title as investigations proceed.
Ms Jabeen’s good friend and colleague at MEL Analysis, the place she was reportedly a workforce supervisor, described her as “a caring and jolly one that misplaced her life in such a tragic accident”.
Her good friend, who gave her title as Azmah, mentioned: “(She was) a a lot liked and missed great woman with a coronary heart of gold.
“Tahira Jabeen misplaced her life after falling from a cliff in Dorset whereas making reminiscences along with her daughter.
“Forsaking 5 lovely women who will be unable to interchange her.
“A a lot liked individual by many. At all times blissful and smiling.
“She is going to actually be missed by everybody that knew her. In loving reminiscence of a really pricey good friend and colleague, relaxation in peace. Gone however not forgotten.”
One other good friend mentioned: “Such a beautiful bubbly loving individual, at all times had a smile on her face and made everybody chuckle, can be missed a lot and by so many.”
A good friend on Fb described Ms Jabeen as “one in 1,000,000” and mentioned she was “heartbroken” by her demise.
She mentioned: “In absolute full shock RIP Tahira Jabeen my lovely good friend.
“Completely heartbroken you actually had been one in 1,000,000 and can be missed by so many.”
Dorset and Wiltshire Hearth and Rescue Service additionally attended the scene.
A spokeswoman for the power mentioned: “We attended this incident in assist of police and coastguard colleagues.
“We had been known as at 3.14pm after experiences that somebody had fallen from peak at Man O Conflict seashore.
“Crews from Bere Regis and Dorchester attended, together with a technical rescue workforce from Weymouth.”
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